Admit cards have been issued for Rajya Sabha Secretariat recruitment. Candidates who have submitted their application for the posts can download the admit card at rajyasabha.nic.in.
Admit Cards for the Preliminary Examinations for the Post Groups III, IV, V and VI scheduled to be held from 06 December 2016. The examination will be conducted till 11 December.
Candidates are also informed that Admit Cards for the Oration Tests for the Post Groups I and II which have been re-scheduled to be held from 14 December till 19 December will most probably be released on 28 November.
Candidates are required to download the admit card from the official website of Rajya Sabha for appearing in the examination.
How to download Rajya Sabha Secretariat Recruitment Admit Card?
Go to the official portal of Rajya Sabha Secretariat at rajyasabha.nic.in
Navigate to ‘DOWNLOAD ADMIT CARD (ADVT. NO.1/2016)’
Enter registration number and date of birth
In case you have forgotten the registration number, click on ‘Forget Registration No’ and then enter first name and date of birth to retrieve the password
Submit the details
Get the admit card
Take a printout
The Preliminary Examination would be a 'Computer based examination' and held in batches. A mock test to familiarise the candidates with the 'Computer based examination' has been made available on the website of the Rajya Sabha Secretariat. Candidates can find the link of the mock test below.
The first stage of the examination process is scheduled to be completed by the 31 December 2016 and the second stage of the examination process consisting of the main examination/skill test is scheduled to commence from the last week of January, 2017. The entire recruitment process is scheduled to be completed by the 30 April 2017.
The scores of candidates in computer based examination will be subjected to a normalisation process known as 'Equi-Percentile Equating' which is a widely adopted and internationally accepted method of score normalisation in multi-batch examinations. The percentile ranks so derived and equated will be used as input criteria to shortlist the candidates for the second stage of examination process.